Scheduled admission to hospital

(with an agreed date of admission)

Patients are admitted to hospital wards (except for Obstetrics and Gynecology and Children's Wards) in:

Scheduled Admission Point main entrance to the Hospital, block D, lower ground floor (-1) according to the agreed hourly schedule of scheduled admissions (file to download); The point is open from Monday to Friday from 7:00 - 14:30, and also on Sundays from 7:00 to 9:00 phone number (67) 2106224;

Obstetrics and Gynecological Admission Room entrance from the Emergency Room, Block C, lower ground floor, level (-1), under the ambulance driveway. The room admits patients with a fixed date and time of admission to the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, tel. (67) 2106588; and 24/7 urgent patients and for childbirth. 

Children's Admission Room, entrance through the Hospital Emergency Department, Block C, ground floor, tel. (67) 2106582; parents and their children report at datesand times set by the ward doctor.


We kindly ask patients with the agreed admission date to report at the agreed times. We want to see you to the hospital quickly and efficiently, shorten the waiting time for admission both at the Scheduled Admission Point and at the ward. We also ask you to prepare an ID card and personal data with a contact telephone number for the person you will authorize to receive information about your health condition and the services provided, and to obtain medical records


Urgent (emergency) admission to hospital

Urgent patients are admitted to the hospital 24/7 in the Emergency Department.



Additional information

Necessary things to take with you to the hospital:

medical records and test results from previous treatment

pajamas, bathrobe

home footwear (flip-flops)




Upon admission to the Hospital, the patient may donate his clothes and valuables to a family / other person designated by them or give clothes and valuables to the hospital deposit. The hospital is not financially responsible for the patient's valuables and clothing, if they have not been deposited in the hospital.